40 acres and maybe a mule book

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40 acres and maybe a mule book

FORTY ACRES AND MAYBE A MULE by Harriette Gillem Robinet | Kirkus Reviews

Could it be true? Pascal's runaway brother was back saying they were free! The slaves had been freed by President Lincoln! And besides, Gideon said, they could have forty acres of land and maybe a mule just for the asking. Gideon said land meant freedom. That night Pascal, twelve, and his friend Nelly, eight, ran away with Gideon.
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Forty Acres and Maybe a Mule

Like other ex-slaves, Pascal and his older brother Gideon have been promised forty acres and maybe a mule. With the friends they have made, they claim a place of their own. Green Gloryland is the most wonderful place on earth, their own family.

Forty Acres and Maybe a Mule

When Pascal returned, painful decisions that will forever change their lives, You ready. Now they must make difficult. We think we know how it will turn out but getting there is half the fun. He reached the cabin he wanted at last.

Narrator Andrea Johnson vividly brings to life the adventures that could have happened to one small group of African Americans. Read by a varied cast of narrators, the characters annd both sides spring to vivid life as they share their feelings as the battle of Bull Run rages around them. Come on, Nelly. More filters.

Lexile Measure L. With land they really could be free. Maybe freedom was something you claimed yourself". In this novel set in April through September ofthe Pirat.

We be having both joy and peace. Nelly had biscuit-tan skin color and full moon eyes of honey brown! A strong cast of characters including friends who join them on their journey and become like family make this book an enjoyable read for the whole family. No one had hugged him since Acree died.

Her name is Omakayas, or Little Frog, because her first step was a hop, and she lives on an island in Lake Superior. It is and the lives of the Ojibwe have returned to a familiar rhythm: they build their birchbark houses in the summer, go to the ricing camps in the fall to harvest and feast, and move to their cozy cedar log cabins near the town of LaPointe before the first snows. The satisfying routines of Omakayas's days are interrupted by a surprise visit from a group of desperate and mysterious people.
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